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Patrick James Rothfuss is an American writer of epic fantasy. He is best known for his projected trilogy The Kingkiller Chronicle, which has won him several awards, including the 2007 Quill Award for his debut novel, The Name of the Wind. Its sequel, The Wise Man's Fear, topped The New York Times Best Seller list.
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Ballistic Kiss
A Sandman Slim Novel
Richard Kadrey - 2020-08-25
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In this high-octane page-turner, Sandman Slim returns to L.A. to battle an invasion of violent spirits in Little Cairo. With the help of the Room of Thirteen Doors, he uncovers connections to a cold case from the 1970s and becomes entangled with Janet, a member of The Zero Lodge. As he races against time to prevent the haunting from consuming the city, the fate of L.A. and Heaven itself hangs in the balance. Will Stark be able to dispatch the ghosts and end the bloody war in Heaven?
Patrick Rothfuss
I don't know if I feel very attacked or very seen by @Richard_Kadrey's most recent book. Either way, I do know I enjoyed the hell out of it. If you haven't tried Sandman Slim yet, you might want to consider taking a look at the series...      source
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The Calculating Stars
A Lady Astronaut Novel (Lady Astronaut (1))
Mary Robinette Kowal - 2018-07-03
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In the face of a climate cataclysm that will make Earth inhabitable, humanity must rapidly colonize space. Elma, a talented pilot and mathematician, joins the International Aerospace Coalition's mission to put a man on the moon. But why can't women go too? Elma's determination to become the first Lady Astronaut challenges societal norms and may change the course of space exploration.
Patrick Rothfuss
Hey everyone, It's #BookLoversDay, so I'd like to bring one to your attention one of the best books I've read lately: The Calculating Stars by @MaryRobinette. I was expecting it to be good, but not *this* good. You should read it. Seriously.      source
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Something Wicked This Way Comes
A Novel
Ray Bradbury - 1998-03-01 (first published in 1962)
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Step into the hypnotic and dark world of Ray Bradbury's masterpiece about a sinister carnival that brings terror to Green Town, Illinois. Cooger & Dark’s Pandemonium Shadow Show promises to fulfill all desires, but at a terrible cost. Follow two friends who uncover its secrets and face the stuff of nightmares. Something Wicked This Way Comes is a timeless classic, suspenseful and frightening, that has endured in the American literary canon.
Patrick Rothfuss
@ChrisPerkinsDnD SO good. Amazing language. I think it's my #2 favorite book.      source
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Gone Girl
Gillian Flynn - 2014-04-22 (first published in 2012)
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A thrilling exploration of a marriage gone wrong from one of the most acclaimed suspense writers of our time. When the clever and beautiful wife of a small-town golden boy disappears on their fifth wedding anniversary, the pressure mounts as rumors fly and suspicions rise. With razor-sharp writing and intricate plot twists, this dark psychological thriller will have you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
Patrick Rothfuss
Holy shit, Gone Girl is an amazing book. Stupefyingly good. It's read-it-no-seriously-let-me-buy-you-a-copy good. #NoSpoilers      source